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It's a pronoun which refers to おもちゃ and is 直してくれる's object; as far as I understand, the breakdown is それを直してくれる (to fix that [toy]) and おもちゃの専門家 (toy expert), giving "The toy expert who fixes that [toy]".


お母さん/お父さん and ママ/パパ are the common "first-person" pronouns at least when a child is small. See also: When referring to herself, is there any pronoun other than お母さん when speaking to her children? It's easy to find surveys on second-person usages of ママ/etc (for example this and this), but I could not find a survey directly on first-person ママ/etc. From my ...

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